re-opening[ ree-oh-puh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF re-opening
Synonyms for re-opening
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR RE-OPENING
"That's an argument for the re-opening of the slave-trade, I presume," Raed remarked.
The effect of this re-opening of the question was deprecated by Dr. Ryerson and others.
This led to the re-opening of the mine shaft about the year 1824.
All that portion of it that is caused by their re-opening is deficient.
"Come with me," said General Webb, re-opening the door at their backs.
Matters had not been going well with the Dutch since the re-opening of the war in 1621.
There was a real danger in the postponement and re-opening of the Congress.
We're re-opening this week, soon as we get the broken windows repaired.
Many conversions have taken place since the re-opening of the church.
At re-opening of Debate, Howorth started off with reference to Portugal.